Inside an 800,000-square-foot indoor ski resort

Yeah, skiing indoors is quite different. It’s also my first time. I do miss the sky and the wind and the scenery though. I’m looking at one right now, but it’s a painting. The southern Chinese city of Guangzhou is hot all year round. Here, the temperature rarely falls below Continue Reading

Learn Intermediate Conversational Chinese | Why do you like ice-skating? | Yoyo Chinese

In this lesson, we observe a rather one-sided conversation between our host Tongtong and a young guest. Let’s start by looking at how Tongtong approaches the guest at the ice skating rink. Tongtong calls the guest xiǎo péng you, literally meaning “little friend”. Kids in China can be addressed as Continue Reading

How to Write Chinese Symbols for Sports : How to Write “Ice Skating” in Chinese

Now let?s see what is the Chinese word for ice skating, hua bing. Hua means slide, and bing is ice, you slide on the ice surface that is ice skating. Hua bing, and when I’m writing Hua the left is the water radical, you need to pay attention to the Continue Reading

VLOGMAS: Horseback Riding in Denmark //圣诞节: 去丹麦骑马场

Hey friends, good morning Today is December 29th, omg the time is so fast I’m still at home Today I am going to ride a horse But because I made such a nice video last year about me riding a horse, to show my Chinese friends where I went horseback Continue Reading

How to Write Chinese Symbols for Sports II : How to Write “Horseback Riding” in Chinese

Now lets see the Chinese word for horse riding, qi ma. Qi means ride, ma means horse, so that?s why horse riding, riding horse is the Chinese order. And you can see that the left part of qi is almost the same as the second character here. Yes that’s right, Continue Reading